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ORR Careers Updates

ORR places a great emphasis on treating all associates with respect and fairness. We seek to eliminate hierarchies and foster a collaborative environment where anyone can grow and succeed. We use the word “associate” instead of “employee” because we like to think of ORR as a place where everyone works together toward a common goal.

Our associates are the reason that ORR remains a “family” company with high workplace satisfaction. We wanted to shine a spotlight on just a few of the many amazing people that consistently make ORR one of the Best Places to Work.

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ORR Corporation History

ORR Associate Mentors Others Pursuing a Career in Programming

Rob Richardson works as a web developer for ORR Corporation. His work includes creation of the new ORR Safety website and the point of sale system for ORR Safety’s shoe program. IT has always been his passion but not always his path.

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ORR Corporation History

One Child’s Wish Inspires ORR to Become Make-A-Wish Corporate Sponsor

Having a wish granted can be a game-changer for a child with a critical illness. In the case of Drew Horsey, his wish was a game-changer for dozens of children across Kentucky. This is the story of how one little boy’s battle with cancer inspired ORR Corporation to partner with Make-A-Wish to ensure other children have the opportunity for their wishes to come true.

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ORR Corporation History

Three Different ORR Companies Over 20 Years: Meet Jennie

I couldn’t help but smile as I talked with Jennie. She’s done a lot in her 20 years at ORR – receptionist, purchasing, training, accounting, technical support and more. As we were talking she would remember another position she held and another person she’d worked for. I found it endearing and completely understandable that she couldn’t initially remember all things that she’s done.

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